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vi·al

(vī'ăl),
A small bottle or receptacle for holding liquids, including medicines.
Synonym(s): phial
[G. phialē, a drinking cup]

phial

(fī′ăl) [Gr. phiale, a bowl]
A small vessel for medicine; a vial.
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But maybe, just maybe, somewhere there's a small phial containing the perspiration that brought us Milk Wood.
Wales on Sunday bought a 10mg phial of faster-acting melanotan II online for pounds 32.
On analysis of the liquid in the phial, it was found to contain methylamphetamine.
If they agreed the visitors were later given a phial of coloured, smelling liquid which they were told was the essence of their unique aroma.
The organisation has confirmed that a box containing phials of E-coli 0571 from contaminated farm animals had gone missing but had been found `` intact and secure''.
If the vaccine manufacturers had a stock of say one million phials of MMR% vaccine worth say pounds 40 per phial,it would take a lot of pressure to insist on destroying the same.
Phials washed up on a beach yesterday are not the anthrax vaccine, the Ministry of Defence said.
He doesn't take kindly to stories about farmers' foot and mouth rip-offs, intentional infection, ingratitude and odd phials.
Developed for variable information printing using, primarily, battery operated hand-held printers, both Thermo Eco Slim 10 and 8 are designed for price-weigh supermarket applications but are also sufficiently flexible to print labels attached to small diameter items such as pharmaceutical phials and ampoules.
FOUR phials of these therapeutic essential oils will dull the pain of jet-lag.
About 30 minutes later, he rereappeared and was able to reassure a worried Bryn that he was only a traveller for the Ministry of Agriculture, who delivered phials of bull semen for artificial insemination